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  • Michael O'Reilly
    Michael O'Reilly
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Intermediate

    Test Requirement Driven Development(TREDD) places a renewed emphasis on quality and accountability, and provides the insight to allow your product development and management teams to make the necessary changes in order to produce outstanding quality products on schedule, in a cost-efficient and highly collaborative manner.

    What separates TREDD from other development methodologies like TDD (test driven development), ATDD (acceptance test drive development), or BDD (behavior driven development), is the status of the test requirement when the product development lifecycle concludes.

    Test Requirement status is the breakthrough element that allows test requirement to provide an objective measurement to the quality of the product development team, so that adjustments can be made for subsequent product development iterations that will ensure quality improves, as well as increase the effectiveness of the product development team.

    Come and learn how your TREDD will catalyze your SCRUM team toward greater capabilities, quality, accountability, and satisfaction!

  • Parimala Hariprasad
    Parimala Hariprasad
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Experience Report
    Intermediate

    Business stakeholders are always looking for ways to generate more business, and hence earn great revenues (or find the perfect exit strategy). Paying for testing comes last on the expense tracker. Some businesses work without testing teams because they see testing as mostly a drain on time and money. The typical executive perceives testing as a key bottleneck to product releases.

    In this session, Parimala Hariprasad shows how understanding the business model and business goals helps you test products better. She explains how to educate stakeholders about business risks. She explores ways testers can catch business blockers through early testing, and alert managers so they can be addressed quickly. This type of business information helps managers make better-informed decisions about the product early on. Some managers raise their eyebrows when first asked about their revenue models. Happily, once they see the value of business testing and how it could improve their revenue, they engage enthusiastically.